HUMIDIFIERS & DEHUMIDIFIERS
Humidifiers and dehumidifiers are an important element when it comes to properly controling your comfort levels for your indoor space. Even if your air is clean and at an ideal temperature, if the humidity levels are out of control you are not going to be very comfortable at all.
Humidifiers are used to add moisture to the air when it is too dry. When your air is dry, it can result in moisture evaporating from the skin and the respiratory system. This can feel very uncomfortable in the short term, but if you are in a dry air environment on a day-to-day basis you could actually begin to feel fairly unwell. Some of the symptoms of dry air include:
- Dry Skin
- Eye Irritation
- Dry Throat and Airway
- Frequent Coughing
- Cracked Lips
- Sinus Headaches
It is not just your body and your health that will benefit from using a humidifier if you have dry air. Your home will also get the benefit. Your houseplants will be much happier and some moisture in the air can help stop furniture and flooring from drying out too much.
One of our most highly recommended choices for a humidifier would have to be the Trane Steam Humidifier. This is a fantastic option if you want to control the level of air-borne moisture in your home or business. It works well with all types of heating systems.
TRANE Steam Humidifier
We’ve made a commitment to quality products, highly trained employees, and top-notch customer service. Gent Heating and Cooling provide courteous, professional service for our customers. We strive to be on time, provide accurate estimates, and have most replacement products on our service vehicles. We guarantee our repairs, parts, and labor for one year. New Systems are guaranteed manufacturer for up to 10 years on parts and labor.
The Trane Steam Humidifier is an all-inclusive package. Once you have purchased this it can be installed on your system with no additional extras. It uses your existing system's blower to distribute humidified air throughout the entire home.
Features of the TRANE Steam Humidifier
- Fully Insulated Door
- Easy to Open Latches
- Inner Cabinet Insulation to Prevent Condensation
- Low Profile Cabinet
- Automatic Shut Down
Dehumidifiers have to opposite effect of a humidifier. These are designed to suck excess moisture out of the air indoors. While some moisture in the air can be beneficial, too much moisture can result in an environment where mold and dust mites are going to thrive. If you live in a humid area or if your home has experienced a recent flood or leak then you can probably benefit from a dehumidifier.